There are all sorts of people in the world whom you see whilst on holiday, but to speak generally there are those who work hard all year round to save up enough to afford a nice hotel and have enough to roam the city then on the other hand are those people whom you see carrying designer bags in the mall and shopping like there is no tomorrow, these are the type of people who keep the luxury hotels in business, be it Bora Bora or Dubai, Geneva or Paris so today I thought of listing some of the most expensive hotel rooms and suites that your could book which I’m sure cost more for a night than your yearly rent.
Now before we start I would like to add that these rooms are very expensive, and by that I mean not just your $1,500 a night, no these rooms are booked by people who travel on a private jet with their chuffers and Louis Viton suitcases, so in no particular order here are the world’s most expensive hotel suites that are available for booking;
1. The Apartment at the Hotel Connaught in London, England
Located in the posh Mayfair area in London this Apartment is anything but cheap, from beautifully handcrafted ceilings and doors this rental promises a good time all year round, with 24 hour butler service available who just fails to say no any of the guests request, it’s a palace In disguise, the view from the balcony is amazing, and gives the guest the satisfaction to be in a good area and be surrounded by rich blueblood money all around, and it would be a shame if the guests dint have that peace of mind, I mean a night to rent this apartment costs $23,500 which is more than what most people make in a year, so yeah. The apartment can house 4 guests at a time but can be extended to accommodate another four if a connecting room is also booked, the apartment comes with two bathrooms, imagine not having to wait for your sister to get out f the shower so that you could use it, yep that’s the stuff!
2. The Presidential Suite at the Hotel Cala di Volpe in Porto Cervo, Italy
The Hotel Cala di Volpe is the epitome of luxury hotels, having over 100 sea front rooms which always manage to drop jaws of many. Now staying at this hotel is no joke because the bill might just give you a heart attack irrespective of the fact that you are a heart patient. A night at the presidential suite at the Cala di Volpe costs around $26,000 so if someone decides to stay 5 nights in the suite they’ll end up paying over one grand, and that’s just the living so yeah you have to be pretty rich toafford this kind of holiday. So there is a reason why this suite costs a fortune, and here is why; it comes with 3 en-suite bedrooms, each bathroom has a jacuzzi, an “oversized shower,” and “dual vanities of Sardinian marble.” The room also comes equipped with a solarium, a private pool, and a fitness area.
3. The Shangri-La Suite at the Shangri-La Bosphorus in Istanbul
Turkey has been THE travel destination for years, there so much to see, it has so many historical sites and remains from the Ottoman Empire and a great deal of ancient Islamic history, beautiful mosques, night clubs, restaurants that a normal person wouldn’t normally spend their day in their hotel but would rather explore the city, however there are some who live the good life and treat even their luggage to the best, The Shangri-La Suite at the Shangri-La Bosphorus is definitely a vacation hotspot for the rich and famous, the hotel itself is palatial. This suite costs $26,385 per night and covers the entire top floor of the hotel, the view is great from this suite to say the least, you can see the whole of the buzzing Bosphorus, the bathroom is a true luxury it comes equipped with a TV. The room has three private terraces that give you views of pretty much the entire Istanbul skyline. So I guess I were staying in this room I would probably never leave it!
4. The Royal Suite at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris
There is nothing fancier than French “fancy” they take the fancy to a whole new level, it’s no surprise that the French like being classy and posh The Royal Suite is the largest hotel room in Paris, with 450 square meters, it also costs $27,000 to stay in for just one night. So what makes this suite expensive? One word; GOLD, literally. The carvings and embroidery is done with pure gold in this suite, so you definitely get your money’s worth. However I would like to add my two cents in; so what its gold? What am I going to do about having gold ceilings? It’s not like I’m going to lick them? The most I can do is brag about it to my friends and is that worth $27,000, um I don’t think so, but then again I don’t have that kind of money!
5. The Royal Suite at St. Regis Saadiyat Island, in the United Arab Emirates
If it’s going to be extravagant, it’s going to be in some Arab country, from cutlery to the Lou made with gold fittings it’s not surprising to hear that per night in the Royal Suite at the at St. Regis Saadiyat Island costs $35,000. Now it makes sense that this suite is expensive and primarily because it is located on an island in a desert so im sure the hotel pays a whole lot of maintenance and so the rent for each suite is going to be as high as the Burj Khalifa. This Royal Suite is the largest in UAE, it has two floors so it’s basically a house, it offers a 24 hour butler service and a private movie theater It also has a swimming pool and a games room. The master bedroom takes up pretty much all of the bottom floor and has an ocean view, what more can you ask for?
6. The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons in New York
New York is known to attract all sorts of people from around the world and so there is an abundance of luxury hotels, however the Ty Warner Penthouse takes luxury to a whole new level, it’s like luxury on steroids. It cost $45,000 a night but you get a full 360 degree view of The Big Apple’s skyline, which is only the most popular city on the planet, also it is the highest hotel room in the city. It took roughly $50 million to construct the suite which comes decorated with all sorts of antiques and original paintings which is every art junkies dream come true. The floors can be adjusted for heating as required. The walls, ceiling and sink in the jewel-like guest powder room are fashioned from semi-precious tiger’s eye stone. Talk about going overboard!
7. The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva, Switzerland
Now if you’re wondering where exactly is the most expensive hotel room in the world? Then I think you probably know, or can guess which country it might be in! If you guessed Switzerland than you are correct, the Swiss are rich people, if their chocolate is so expensive imagine how expensive 5 star hotels be. The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson Hotel is one of a kind. The selling point is the view from the suite, it opens up wide to give a panoramic view of Lake Geneva. It sleeps up to 6 people and has 12 bedrooms and bathrooms. It costs $60,000 per night and comes with a private elevator, gym, and pool table, a Steinway Grand Piano and ensures the guests maximum security!
So there you have it, some of the world’s most expensive suites, which ones will you be staying at?